Chef De Partie

Expiring today

Ellis Mack Recruitment
Edinburgh, Midlothian
20 Jul 2017
19 Aug 2017
Contract Type
Full Time

Role: Chef de Partie

Location: Edinburgh

Operation: 4* Hotel

Package: £18,000-£19,000 + gratuities

Ellis Mack are currently working with this 4* Hotel in the Edinburgh area in their pursuit of a quality chef de partie that has worked in 4/5* hotels.

Responsible for:

  • Personnel Any Commis/demis/Kitchen porters under their command
  • Equipment All Kitchen utensils or equipment assigned to or used by members of their section including the reporting of faulty
  • equipment to the senior chef on Duty.
  • Ordering of Sufficient foods and stores for service and the correct stock rotation thereof.
  • Compliance with Legislation and Company Hygiene procedures
  • All required documentation completed e.g. Wastage sheets, temperature records


  • Ensure that his/her section is up to date with all information within the business diary including opening times.
  • Reports to Executive chef, sous chef
  • The completion of all food ordering relevant to business levels.
  • To ensure volume of food cooked in accordance with business levels and ensuring minimum wastage at all times.
  • To ensure that all food preparation and production is to the required standard.
  • To ensure that any commis/demi chefs assigned to them are trained and duties clearly explained with supporting documentation.
  • To proactively promote inter-departmental teamwork and co-operation.
  • All food correctly labelled and dated and duly stock rotated
  • To ensure that surrounding kitchen areas and fridges are at all times clean and sanitised.

Communicate with:

  • Restaurant Manager and Team
  • Executive Chef, Sous Chefs, other Chef de Parties

To apply for this role please email your CV to or call on

REF: AM-338893

Ellis Mack Recruitment is operating as an employment agency in relation to this vacancy.

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